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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with rick williams, sara bloomquist, and meteorologist, david murphy. good afternoon sara bloomquist is off and in the news another deadly attack by isis, where the terror group struck today and the former commissioner charles ramsey has a new job. but the big story is the winners of the largest lottery jackpot ever, now the eye popping $1.6 billion will be split at least three ways, winning tickets sold in florida, tennessee and the suburbs of los angeles.
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now they are waiting for the newly minted millionaires to claim their prize. >> the owners of three lucky power ball tickets becoming millionaires overnight winning the record $1.6 billion jackpot. one of those tickets bought at this southern california, 7-eleven. even without a winner coming forward it was a party at this chino hills 7-eleven where it was sold. crowds flooding in after the news came in last night after this store in the los angeles area sold a winning power ball ticket in the nearly $1.6 billion jackpot. the owners of this store were thrilled. >> i am happy and excited and proud. >> two other jackpot tickets
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sold one at a melbourne beach, florida grocery store. >> this location did sell one of winning tickets. >> it's awesome, incredible. >> one was sold in mumford, tennessee. >> hopefully they are getting the best legal advise they can get before they come in to claim that prize. >> we want to benefit our community and our church. and this single mom retiring and striving to stretch a $224 million jackpot with co-workers. >> i'm on a budget and disciplined. >> millions of power ball winners don't have to manage a new fortune. >> i tried. i tried. >> we don't know who won at this store yet, in california officials say ticket holders have a year to claim their prize
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and once they do they cannot remain anonymous. >> well, a few local lottery players will take home smaller power ball prizes, three tickets sold in pennsylvania matching the five white balls but not the power ball. that mean they are worth $1 million, there was another second prize winner in new jersey, that was sold at a wawa burlington county. that person selected the power play option so that ticket is worth $2 million. turning to the forecast, temperatures are bouncing back after a snap of bitter cold yesterday, sky 6 hd showing you the roof in center city. yesterday the temperatures were below freezing and now we are rebounding and david murphy is at the big board with more. >> that rebound is obvious when you look at the temperature profile on stormtracker 6 live double scan yesterday this blue
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was down to the south now, it has pushed back up, this is air that is in the 20s right now, down to the south of us, it's air mass showing temperatures in the 30s and 40s and it's actually this quality of air that is on its way in for the next couple of hours, the southerly wind component is making a difference and pushing the colder air to the north, clouds in and out of the picture this morning, and a burst of sunshine for an hour there, a few high clouds digging in and sunshine is getting through and the farther south you go in extreme south jersey the more you see now. and temperatures are better, yesterday we stopped with high temperatures in the low 30s already at noon we are at 38 in philadelphia and you don't have to go too far down the pike to get into the 40s as close by as wilmington we are at 41 and 42 in millville and this is on the way up. yesterday we had the strong cold biting wind giving us single digits in the morning and teens
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in the afternoon, no more gusts up over 30 miles per hour, only a 12 miles per hour wind and that southerly component to the wind bringing the mild air in, and this comes together to give us a more comfortable afternoon. today's high is 43 degrees above average after being below average for the last couple of days, and the overnight low tonight is 33, and that is a hint that that mild air will be around tomorrow and even better tomorrow. we'll have details on that and rain for the weekend in your accuweather forecast. >> thank you, as temperatures moderate, keep 6abc.com/weather open on all of your devices, storm tracker 6 and the weather team are powerful allies as the winter unfolds. now the ambush on a philadelphia police officer is being investigated as a terrorist attack. gray hall is live now in sent
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city with the latest on the officer's condition and the investigation. >> reporter: senator pat toomey is briefed by the fbi and just held a press conference not too long ago as he described jessie hartnett as a hero and reminds the ambush as a reminder for all americans to stay vigilant. >> pat toomey is sounding off as investigators look into jessie hartnett getting shot several times. there was an update on his recovery. >> he seems to be recovering as well as to be expected. his spirits are excellent and his attitude is terrific, the suspect edward archer charged with attempted murder confessed to shooting officer hartnett in the name of islam. >> he declared his allegiance to isis and that the attack is in the name of islam.
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and that he has been radicalized and we will learn more. >> police along with the fbi is working aggressively to see if it's an isolated act, and the concerns deepened, they recently learned from an anonymous source and that radicalized muslims are targeting officers. >> they are not aware of any specific or imminent threat beyond what occurred last week, but let me close with this, we should all remain vigilant. >> reporter: back out live this no doubt will be an involved investigation as police continue to investigate this suspect and learn about his possible connections, here at police headquarters, u.s. senator, bob casey and mayor jim kenney they will be briefed about this investigation. gray hall, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. two philadelphia police officers were injured by an
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alleged drunk driver, it happened at west moreland streegts in east kensington last night. the officer's unmarked car was struck by another vehicle that ran a red light and police determined the driver was under the influence and had an expired license, both injured officers were taken to the hospital but expected to be on. police are trying to identify two men suspected in a robbery. the suspects approached a woman and snatched her purse off her shoulder and the 51 victim was not hurt and seen running east on locust street. former philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey is taking on another assignment. he is going to drexel university as the distinguished fellow, working with criminology and justice department. he began working as a consultant
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for the police department in wilmington delaware. they want their families to know how proud they are, academy charter in north philadelphia received one of the highest ratings in the school's progress report and it measures the performance growth in both public and charter schools. >> we know how hard we have worked over the last several years and it's nice to see it's roiszed in some way. >> principal alisha schmidt says among other thing its was ahead of the curve when it came to preparing teachers for the common core, to see how your child's school scored, go to 6abc.com for the complete report. and icy claimed responsibilities for another terror attack this time in indonesia a, and more on the deadly explosion and shooting outside of a sar bucks. and he was known for all kinds of roles from die hard to harry potter, we remember alan
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new information coming in from indonesia, isis is claiming responsibility for the attack, it killed five attackers and nine other people and 19 others were injured. and some were going after police officers. rescue teams worked into the night to find a skier reported missing after an avalanche struck in the swiss alps, two were wipe add way and died. an official in the region says that skiers had been warned about an increased risk for avalanc avalanches. >> family, friends and fans are remembering british actor and harry potter star, allen rickman played professor snape and also
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hans gruber in the die hard movie. he was 69 years old. a smaller field of republican presidential candidates will return to the debate stage in southern california tonight, carly fiorina and rand paul will not take part, they failed to place in the top six according to an average of the most recent national polls, on the democratic side, hillary clinton has a slim lead over bernie sanders in new hampshire, clinton topped sanders 42% to 40%, the poll included 500 democratic voters. drug smugglers took a fresh approach to sneaking marijuana into the u.s. from mexico, they used truck loads of carrots but agents in texas found 3,000 fake vegetables stuffed with pot hidden among the real thing, the
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trucks have a street value of half a million dollars. still come, nominations for hollywood's biggest night. who is up for an oscar is coming up. and our art of abling report coming up. winter is hard on your nose.
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nervous investors are watching the markets after the deep drive and they are driving a decline and looking at the numbers right now, the dow is looking up more than 181 points and change right now, as it tries to slowly but surely get back to the 17,000 water mark and u.s. stocks are moving higher as the market stabilized following the highest mark since september. the world health organization has declared an end to the ebola outbreak in west africa, more than 11,000 people died during the two year outbreak that affects guinea and sierra leone and the world is not still fully clear of the disease according to researchers. in today's art of aging
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report, tamala edwards introduces us to a man that played an important role in prosecuting the nazi. >> george sackheim was just 4 years old when he saw the horror of nazi camps. >> the jewish people came with their hans out stretched pleading for food and water. >> he fled germany years later and volunteered to translate in the trials. >> i was absolutely delighted, i thought they would get what they deserved. >> while many of the nazis were executed for their crimes, he said being in the presence of such evil was hard. a diary remains as a reminder. >> and i have descriptions on
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hitler, telling hersch. >> if we do not destroy the jewish race completely the jewish race will destroy the german people. >> when you deal with people so brutal, there are times you have to stand up and fight. >> he lives now in gwinnett, and traveled back to nuremberg in december and hopes that the memory of that evil will prevent future atrocities. tamala edwards, channel 6 "action news." >> now the "action news" team is working on news stories for tonight beginning at 4:00. alicia vitarelli is live with a preview. >> reporter: hi rick, you could say it's an old but new weapon in the battle of the bulge just in time for the new years resolution, researchers say that stepping on the scale regularly
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is a motivator for shedding weight and keeping it off. today's digital devices do more than just displaying your weight, we'll weigh in on which ones really measure up. >> and a woman has an uber horror story, why a driver not only refused to pick her up while she was in labor, he then charged her $13 for the time her husband spent negotiating the ride that never happened. that is in big talkers. >> you can take us with you on the go, if you have not downloaded the 6 abc you can watch us live on your smart phone or tablet. quick break and accuweather and meteorologist, david murphy when we return. don't go away.
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meteorologist, david murphy is back now way look at the forecast and what a difference a day makes, not as raw and as uncomfortable as a day makes, we are precipitation free as you watch during the morning broadcast we had light fast moving showers but they didn't really put down anything. rittenhouse square is looking nice and bright earlier this morning and folks not really hunching their shoulders as much and not putting on as much gear.
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temperatures 38 degrees, i would recommend a coat outside, not that there isn't any wind, winds out of the southwest at 11 miles per hour and gusts in the 30 miles per hour range and colder temperatures and it felt a lot worse, 38 in the city and 41 in wilmington and 35 in allentown and 34 in reading, 42 in millville and the shore and places like atlantic city and cape may, a couple of layers are not bad, and oh what a difference a day makes, like rick said. the cloud cover broke up quickly and a few more clouds are trying to roll in again across the region but they are high and thin enough we still get sunshine through. allentown clouds and sun and not as bitter yesterday but more comfortable than yesterday. 31 is your high at the shore and milder than yesterday with less wind. and in philadelphia, a high of 43, a mix of clouds and sun and
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mfrp milder and winds from the west at 8 to 16 miles per hour, not quite as strong as what we had yesterday, overnight partly cloudy and light winds and 33 is the overnight low and that is above average, even though that is a cold overnight low, tonight won't feel as bad and early tomorrow morning is not as bad either, we are continuing to see the winds drop overnight. the evening commute comes at us and partly cloudy skies and chilly and 38 by 5:30, and even the 7:00 temperature of 36 is better than yesterday's high, so milder air definitely on the way in. tomorrow we have a warm front getting past us that ushers in a more pronounced southerly flow and we get a high of 50 a full 10 degrees above average, and we are on the lookout for low pressure from the south, and that brings us a quarter to half inch of rain. future tracker 6 by 9:30 has
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rain coming up from delaware and south jersey getting close to philadelphia by 10:00, and then the whole thing starts to die down quickly on saturday morning and by lunch time the entire region is dry and may even dry out a long time before lunch time, by 10:00 on saturday morning, not as harsh and 50 with the rain holding off until tomorrow night, and the rain departing and at some point we dry out and sun is possible in the afternoon and another nice high of 48 degrees, and brisk and chillier as cooler air starts to inch its way in from the north north west, and a high of 40 there, and martin luther king day it's raw and brisk and colder and 33 and it looks like we see in the mid-30s through next week. >> thank you again, there is more ahead in our next half our of "action news" at noon, a bus driver in ohio was attack bid a knife-wielding rider, it was all caught on camera, what ignited
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the fight and arrest. and a dancing with the star contestant was arrested after an allegedly drunk confrontation inside of a bar.
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"action news" continues with rick williams, and david murphy. >> hello again, sara is off and here are the stories we are following for you now at 12:30, three lucky ticket holders split
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the power ball jackpot. we are finding out more. and philadelphia police are looking for a suspect in a stabbing in a walgreens parking lot. and a man is arrested for the murder of an american woman in her apartment in italy. and three tickets will split the $1.6 billion jackpot in california, tennessee and florida. walter is outside of a 7-eleven in california where one winning ticket was sold. >> reporter: well, that winner has not come forward but the store own is happy because he will split a million dollars for selling the ticket with 7-eleven just a day of euphoria here.
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the odds were 1 in 292 million. >> your winning power ball number, it's the number 10 tonight. once, twice, three times a lady. tickets purchased in three states in last night's power ball, california, and tennessee and florida. since the last jackpot was claimed in november, there were 19 drawings without a winner and power ballplayers spent an estimated $2.6 billion on tickets. the owner of the franchise in cherry hill says it was very excited. >> in is the luckiest machine on the planet. make sure everyone comes here to play. >> after all chino hills is a place of big dreams known for their replica baseball fields and if you are the big winner, this power ball executive has
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guys. >> we are encouraging someone that holds the winning ticket, get the best lawyer and best financial planner you can find before you come in to claim the third of that almost $1.6 billion prize. >> if you missed out on this one the next one is saturday with a jackpot of just $40 million. >> this store owner and his daughter have to be happy no matter what they receive when they split the money with 7-eleven. all right thank you for that report from california. well, no one in the delaware valley walked away a big winner but local lucky ticket winners are sitting on a million dollars, three tickets matching all white numbers were sold in pennsylvania, one in lancaster, kennett square and bethlehem. and two tickets matched all five white balls, one was sold with
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the power play option making it worth $2 million and the other in james burg, middlesex county. police are looking for a suspect after a deadly stabbing in west philadelphia, police were called to the walgreens just after 6:00 last night. they found 60-year-old edward atkinson lying in the loading area, he was stabbed multiple times in the chest and abdomen, authorities are relying on surveillance cameras to get new leads. and now investigators are considering the ambush last week on a philadelphia police officer as a terror attack. they gave an update on the investigation, edward archer was arrested for the attack and is charged with attempted murder, he is accused of shooting officer jessie hartnett in the name of islam. senator pat toomey met with the officer and give an update. >> he seems to be recovering as
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well as expected and his spirits are exlengths and his attitude is terrific and he is a strong guy. >> of course we'll have much more on this continuing story coming up on "action news" tonight beginning at 4:00. on the weather front we are see i seeing partly cloudy and sky 6 hd is taking a look at center city and temperatures climbing into the 40s today than is a big difference from yesterday's frigid conditions, and things are looking up in the weather department, and meteorologist, david murphy is outside on the terrace for a preview. >> i'm glad i have a coat on standing in the shade in particular with the strong biting blustery wind, the clouds are in play but breaking up a bit. right now in philadelphia as you mentioned a mix of sun and
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clouds and probably staying that way the rest of the way and down south a little bit better, we started out cold and 36 was your low in philadelphia, without the strong wind we were not worried about a windchill like two mornings ago. you can see the air flow coming from the south drawing the mild air from places like richmond and roanoke, and it's moderating a bit we are still well above yesterday's high, we were in the low 30s and now 38, and it's only noon and a few more degrees to add to the temperature, 41 degrees by 2:00 i expect to get up to 43 for a high, than will probably be around 3:00 or so, and 37 is your temperature at 6:00, and then cooling down by 8:00, 35 there and 34 by 10:00 and hovering close to that and cold but close to average. we have rain coming in for the weekend and the keyword there is rain, and not snow, that is
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because milder air is coming in as we head into friday and saturday, details from accuweather, coming up. >> we don't mind rain david, that is for sure. >> as a reminder you can find the seven-day forecast and get a live look at stormtracker 6 live double scan many any time of day at our website, head to 6abc.com/weather. now to a break in the murder case of an american found dead in her apartment in italy. italian police ra rested a man from senegal who was brought home from a nearby bar from the victim. there is serious evidence connecting him to the crime. marcy gonzales has the story. >> italian investigators say they now know who killed ashley olsen at her apartment in florence, arresting a suspect and believe what led to her violent death. >> this case is rich in evidence between dna and probably
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fingerprints and surveillance cameras and i think witnesses. >> investigators say early friday morning, olson left the florence nightclub with a man she met, a man from senegal, in italy for a few months and known for drug activities, witnesses say both were intoxicated on alcohol and possibly drugging and went to her apartment where they had concsensual sex and thn there was a fight when he told her to leave and he hit her head and her body was found naked on the floor with bruises and scratches on her neck, the official cause of death strangulation by a cord or change. >> an unsophisticated guy as far as crimes are concern, they found the suspect's dna on a condom and cigarette in the
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toilet, they also took her cell phone that helped police track him down. there are reports that the suspect didn't intend to kill olson, he is now in police custody charged with aggravated homicide. marcy gone gal, channel 6 "action news." >> and students here in philadelphia are putting their brand new instruments to good u use. >> young musicians at franklin learning center received new drum kits and microphones, an organization called little kids rock, earned it by giving money to charities and helped the public schools build and expand a curriculum where budget challenges often lead to the arts. >> it's time to make room for girl scout cookies, this year the girls are celebrating the
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tenth anniversary of the lemonade cookies and all of your traditional favorites will be there as well. they have another booth set up in the courtyard at city hall. cookie selling season wraps up mid-march. there is more to come on "action news," a popular lip balm touted by celebrities is now under fire. why they want to start a class action lawsuit. and alicia vitarelli breaks down the lucky oscar nominees when "action news" komisarjevskys right back. ♪
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and he grabbed the suspect and would not let him go, and begged people to call police. that is when the attacker pulled out a knife and was later arrested. and a wrong way high speed chase on the inter nate. they were trying to pull over a driver going 75 in a 65 miles per hour zone and he did not stop and when up to over 100 miles per hour, and troopers stopped him using a tactical vehicle intervention, he was taken into custody a short time lat later. the maker of a lip balm associated with several stars, is face inging a lawsuit. >> reporter: it's the egg shaped lip balm touted and pouted by
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celebrities from miley cyrus. >> to kim kardashian and britney spears proclaiming their love for the product eof, evolution of smooth. but a proposed class action lawsuit saying that the product caused consumers lips to flake, boil, bleed and blister. brought by rachel cohen saying after using the product for the first time had a negative reaction. >> after using the product, my lips were flaking from the outside, she contacted eos, who told her to seek medical attention, i could not fully open my mouth to eat because it was cracked and it was cracked and bleeding. >> after posting pictures of her lips on facebook, there was a frenzy of responses from
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individuals with similar experiences. >> the next step is to collate all the people that had similar symptoms and reactions. >> eos told abc news we believe this lawsuit is without merit and our products meet and exceed all quality standards plus quality testing. the well being of our customers our top priority. topping our people scene, family friends and alan rickman has lost his battle with cancer, he played professor snape in the potter series and known for his role as hans gruber in "die hard" rickman was 69 years old. former back street boy and dancing with the stars contestant nick carter is
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arrested in florida after a fight outside of a bar in key west, police say that carter and another man was refused alcohol inside of the bar and they became aggressive. after being asked to leave the man allegedly head butted an employee and carter allegedly grabbed an employee by the throat and is facing a misdemeanor charge. coming up another check of the forecast for you as we look live at spring mountain in montgomery county, and there is a couple of skiers out there they are loving this weather. david murphy has an update from accuweather and rainy weather perhaps in the forecast.
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endorsed by aarp. don't wait. call now. meteorologist, david murphy, it back with more on the forecast. >> stormtracker 6 live double scan might show us rain again as we head into later tomorrow night but not right now, as we
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look outside, we are looking at bright blue skies, earlier this morning in rittenhouse square and a few more clouds streaking through and it's bright out there, we won't be worse than partly sunny skies for the rest of the way, it is better today in a couple of ways, it's milder and not as much as biting wind and we have the rain on the way and while show you that in a moment. 38 is your current temperature well above yesterday where we only topped out in the low 30s, today only around mid-day 38 and we'll add a few degrees to that. the winds are out of the south, 11 miles per hour. satellite shows you as we started with clouds, it cleared out in philadelphia, and now a clouds and sun mix and the farm you go into delaware and south jersey, the better chance of seeing the bright, blue sky,
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high temperatures today are all going to improve over yesterday, still in the 30s in allentown and reading in the afternoon, and better and 40 in lancaster and 43 in philadelphia and wilmington and the farther south you go the better chance of adding a few more degrees to your thermometer, cape may we'll get up to 46, as we go through the rest of the afternoon and evening, 38 by 5:00 and 36 by 7:00 and then temperatures stall at night and a low of 33 and close to that around midnight and we just kind of sit there until midnight and the southerly slow holds the temperatures stead and tomorrow afternoon with the warm front passing us we get to 50. and we are on the lookout for this area of low pressure that will come in late friday night into saturday morning with a quarter inch to inch of rain and the latest run shows this getting up through parts of south jersey and delaware and 10:00 or so in philadelphia, and
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saturday morning, 7:30 the latest run shows this breaking apart and somewhere between 9:00 and noon most of us will dry out and we'll see late day sunshine, 43 and not as harsh this afternoon and better temperatures and less wind, tomorrow a high of 50 and more clouds building in during the day and it won't start raining until later that night. if you have plans for beginner and a movie and rick says bring an umbrella because it might be wet. the rainy start giving way to sunshine in the afternoon and another mild high of 48 and then back to reality, brisk and chilly and high of 48, on sunday and brisk too, feeling like it's in the 20s and 30s, and on monday 33 is all we will see for martin luther king day, and brisk and colder with the windchills in the teens and 20s, bundle up if you plan to head out and volunteer as thousands do in the delaware valley every
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year. >> thank you david. well, the nominations are out for the 88th annual academy awards, there were some snubs and surprises, and now the date is set. alicia vitarelli is at the big board now with more. >> reporter: hey rick it's an unpredictable award season it continued today in beverly hills when they announced who is vying for this year's top prize in film, the big headline here in philadelphia, yo adrian we are going to the oscars, sylvester stallone's nomination for best supporting actor and tom hardy and mark ruffalo and mark ryelance. and nominees for best supporting actress include jennifer jason lee, rooney mara, rachel
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macadams and kate winslet. and nominees for best actor, brian cranston and matt damon and leonardo dicaprio and michael fassbender and eddie redmayne. and leonardo dicaprio has been passed over for best actor three times this could be leo's year, we'll have to wait and see how that pans out. now to nominees for best actress. a packed category,ca cate blanchett and brie larson and charlotte rampling. they can put up to 10 in this category for movies and only eight making the cut.
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the big short, bridge of spies, brooklyn, matt max, the martian, the revanent, room and spotlight. the revanent getting the most nominees. and you can get the complete list on our website now at 6abc.com. and 6 abc is your home for everything oscars, the 88th annual oscars airs on february 28th. >> i thought star wars would get a nomination, they got snubbed i guess. and chewbacca for best supporting actor. we'll be right back with more. stay with us.
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coming up tonight on 6 abc with my diet is better than yours, the contestants hit the one month mark and not all are happy with their progress, a new expert takes over. after an all new beyond the tank. followed by "action news" at 11:00. one last check of the forecast, david murphy is here. >> we are on the cool side but better than yesterday, a fair amounts of sun and clouds and in the north and west it's going to be cool with spots in the upper 30s and better than yesterday when we stopped around 30 degrees up there. and in the center portion of the region, 33 yesterday and 42, 43 at some spots on it's "action news" corridor. >> david thank you. have a nice afternoon. >> a look now as stories coming up later today at 4:00. it's an uber har or story like
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you never heard before, a woman in labor calls for a ride but doesn't go as planned. and the outrage over one person trying to ruin it for as many people as possible. that will do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. i'm rick williams, have a nice afternoon, may the force be with you. i drive a golf ball.
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i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine.
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i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto®. hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto® may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto® can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto®, watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto®, tell your doctor about any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto® is the number one prescribed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto® there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®.
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>> announcer: new year's eve has come and gone, but the party's still going strong. we are celebrating in an our packed with dips and tips. carla's kicking things off with an ooey, gooey cheesy twist on a classic french onion soup. then, mario and carla are getting their crunch on with an italian favorite packed with zesty goodness. plus, the fabulous brooke shields is here and she's in the kitchen with michael to prove that nothing comes between her and her humus. get ready to flip for dips and tips, right on "the chew." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] hello and welcome to "the chew." do you love dips? are you looking for some tips? >> yes

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